Ms Laura Corrway will present a lecture discussing a recent geophysical survey carried out at Castle Roche in 2021. Using remote sensing techniques, archaeologists are exploring the buried evidence which could tell us more about the layout of the castle itself and its medieval environs. The Society hosted a lecture earlier this year which detailed the history of Roche based on evidence above ground. Laura’s examination of the evidence below ground will continue the story and add to our understanding of one of our most impressive surviving Anglo-Norman castles.
Laura is an archaeologist and a council member of the Society. She is a co-founder and director of the Blackfriary Archaeology Field School based in Trim.
The recording of this lecture is now available at https://youtu.be/1Xikoo8GkuY.
The lecture will be held online via Zoom on Tuesday 25 October 2022 at 8.00p.m.
The Zoom link for the lecture is
Meeting ID: 883 3846 9747
Attendance is open to all. No registration is required.
Log on will be possible from 7.45. The lecture will begin at 8.00 sharp.
VENUE & TIME
Event Time:8:00 pm